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UPDATE: Detectives identify men they say exposed themselves to women working out in Spokane Valley

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Update: After receiving several tips, detectives say they have identified the men they say exposed themselves to women working out in Spokane Valley and no further assistance is needed. 

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Spokane Valley Sexual Assault Unit Detectives are trying to identify a man who reportedly exposed himself to two women who were working out last week. 

The two women were working out at the Granite Pointe Apartments clubhouse/gym last week, just east of I-90 and Pines, when the incident happened. 

Video reviewed by detectives shows a man wearing a Seahawks sweatshirt acting as a lookout, while another man exposed himself and masturbated in front of the glass door of the gym. 

"The victims were alone and extremely frightened by the suspect’s action and immediately reported the incident," the Spokane Valley Police Department said in a press release. "Knowing of four or five additional reports in the general area over the past few months of males who were observed looking through windows and masturbating, detectives would like your help identifying the males in these pictures. It is not known if they are associated with any of the other reports."

Anyone who can help identify these suspects or provide any information regarding any of these incidences is asked to call Detective Bohanek at 509-477-3223; reference #10135440.     

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